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The Dreaded Colic: A ‘Cry-sis’ for the Whole Family

by Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP Infant crying is a fact of life. It’s one of the important ways newborns communicate their needs to us. Fortunately, most of the time even a baby’s passionate shrieks just mean he’s hungry, wet, soiled, or lonely, and he will melt into blissful quiet once you give him what he [...]

November 4th, 2015|The Happiest Baby Articles|Comments Off on The Dreaded Colic: A ‘Cry-sis’ for the Whole Family

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October 6th, 2015|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Dr. Karp In Theaters Nationwide

Dr. Karp helped create this movie and appears in it. Don’t miss it

August 21st, 2015|Medical Topics|0 Comments

“The Happiest Baby” program helps sooth crying newborns in Pennsylvania

Albrie Marie Metts is a happy baby. The sweet baby girl and her parents, Henry L. Metts Jr. and Angela Oglevee of Fairbank are part of a new statewide initiative to promote a program that sooths and calms newborns called “The Happiest Baby.’’ Created by pediatrician and child development expert Dr. Harvey Karp, “The Happiest [...]

August 21st, 2015|THB Educators Articles|0 Comments

Helping Children Navigate the Present Frenzy

By Barbara Valentin, Special to Tribune Newspapers The holidays may cover a minuscule amount of calendar real estate, but children spend the entire year looking forward to them. What with fun-filled family traditions, time away from school and a chance to indulge in a cornucopia of seasonal delights, who can blame them? And don’t forget [...]

August 21st, 2015|The Happiest Toddler Articles|0 Comments

Dr. Karp – Top Ten Most Influential Person in Family Life Today

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August 20th, 2015|The Happiest Baby Articles|0 Comments

Tot Tips (8m-5y): Part 1 – Help! There’s a Neanderthal in My Kitchen!

by Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP I love toddlers! Just for the record, when I say toddlers, I don’t just mean 2-year-olds. This wacky, willful time starts at eight months — when infants are almost ready to “toddle” — and stretches all the way to 5 years. But — and I’m sure I don’t have to [...]

August 20th, 2015|The Happiest Toddler Articles|0 Comments

The Dreaded Colic – A ‘Cry-sis’ for the Whole Family

by Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP Infant crying is a fact of life. It’s one of the important ways newborns communicate their needs to us. Fortunately, most of the time even a baby’s passionate shrieks just mean he’s hungry, wet, soiled, or lonely, and he will melt into blissful quiet once you give him what he [...]

August 20th, 2015|The Happiest Baby Articles|Comments Off on The Dreaded Colic – A ‘Cry-sis’ for the Whole Family

The lowdown on bringing up a toddler

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August 19th, 2015|The Happiest Toddler Articles|Comments Off on The lowdown on bringing up a toddler

Screams on a plane: How to quell tantrums

Try these tactics when you’re trapped with a kid in confined public places Small children and airplane flights: The mere mention of those two concepts in the same sentence is enough to make many parents — and many airline passengers — cringe. It’s common for moms and dads of babies and toddlers to approach flights [...]

August 18th, 2015|The Happiest Toddler Articles|Comments Off on Screams on a plane: How to quell tantrums